Originally Posted by jillio
It still exists, and as long as it exists, it is still a huge problem. That is what you don't seem to grasp. Any degree of racism is unnacceptable. You are basing your beliefs on a lack of knowlege and experience. That is a huge mistake, and it is also why your errors are so easily pointed out.
I guess you better contact Oxford University and explain to them that they are offering advanced degrees in a "Mickey Mouse"subject that most universities don't accept as part of the 3 required A levels.
Are these 3 A levels that you keep referring to general educational requirements? There is a reason that sociology is not accepted, although there are many that do accept an introductory level as part of general university requirement under the head of social sciences. It is an advanced level of study to be undertaken after you have met your general requirements.
I know it still exists though, i never denied the existence of racism. But do you really think that racism exists to the degree that it once did in the 50's/60's Would a black man be able to be president in those times?
I'm not in charge of university admissions or the entry requirements. If they want to exclude certain subjects in their offers then it's no skin off my nose if i didn't pick it.
The A levels are a qualification we get after our GCSEs which is the qualification we get after secondary school/high school. The full title is GCE Advanced Level